Middlesex University welcomed more than 2,000 students to its flagship Hendon campus on Wednesday 31 March for the 9th annual North London Higher Education Fair.
The event, run in partnership with the London Boroughs of Barnet, Enfield, Haringey and Waltham Forest, saw Middlesex's impressive Quadrangle filled with exhibitors from more than 50 UK Universities alongside employers and colleges.
The students, from north London schools and colleges, were able to get valuable advice on their options after leaving their current institution. There were also talks and demonstrations in areas such as Art and Design, ICT and medicine.
Students could also interact with dancers, robots built by current students and current students themselves, who could give them a true flavour of life at a vibrant, international university.
Elita Aliades-Ahmed of the Education Liaison Team at Middlesex said: “We were very pleased to see such a range of exhibitors coming to Middlesex this year. The Fair is a great chance for north London school students to find out more about what education and career opportunities could be open to them. We think the Fair offered something for everyone, and we hope the Year 12 students were inspired to consider study or career options that perhaps they knew little about before attending the Fair.”